>> but these 2% of voters who are likely voters, but have yet to make up their minds, i mean is there anything that we can expect to happen to change their minds by election day? >> well, it's interesting, one of the things i asked our marist friends to do, i combined all of the undecided vote, in all three states, so that you could get an idea of who these people were. and they don't look like voters. they don't look like people that are actually going to show up to vote. a full third of them don't have an opinion about whether the president's done a good job or a bad job. they don't have an opinion on his job approval rating. that means these are voters that aren't paying a lot of attention, they say they're registered, they say they're going to vote but they haven't tuned in. voters like that usually don't end up showing up. that's if they haven't tuned in because they don't feel invested. >> ultimately sum total of all this, is that worse news for mitt romney than it is for the president? >> well, it is. but it also, then, reinforces the idea, and there's been a debate about this, is that maybe there are no swing voters, there are not many swing vetters.